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Growing up with classical Indian dancers as parents, Sidd Kel had always been surrounded by music and arts. As he continued to learn more about the music in his Indian Heritage, he was also interested in exploring other music of his own choice, just as any teenager would. He began attending concerts of different artists and in 2007, and the age of 19, Sidd walked out of DJ Tiesto’s concert knowing what he wanted to pursue a career in; he decided he wanted to become a DJ. Sidd aspired to further explore music and DJing for about the next two and a half years and had his first gig at the Steel Lounge in Atlanta, Georgia. His interest grew deeper and deeper, and his hard work paid off as he earned a variety of opportunities to DJ at popular venues such as Opera Night Club, Cosmo, Quad, London Bistro, Center Stage, Spring and 4 th, and Primal. Travelling all around Atlanta to DJ helped Sidd make his decision of going one step further; he decided to pursue a career in Music Production.

Looking up to the famous DJs, Carl Cox, Laidback Luke, and Tiesto, Sidd attempted to make mashups, unfortunately quite shitty ones. This confirmed that he wanted to formally school in producing music as he realized he didn’t have the technical skill to do so himself. In 2014, Sidd enrolled into SAE Institute. He graduated in 2015 with a diploma in Audio Engineering with Distinction as the Salutatorian. Sidd now works as a manager and audio engineer at Bravo Ocean Studios and continues to pursue his passion of producing music that was once just an idea walking out of a concert. His current inspirations in music production include Diplo, Bonobo, Flume and Dillon Francis. His goal is to try offering something new to the broad table of Electronic, World, and Pop music as he not only produces now, but also is currently writing music.